Client: Capitol Hill Funk
Photography: Stacy Zarin Goldberg (Images 1 -9)
When our existing clients were ready to move forward on their next phase of their town house we were so excited. We transformed a non-functional wrap-around kitchen layout into an open concept centered around an island. We incorporated a hidden laundry space and built-in wine storage to maximize function. With overlay cabinets and sleek hardware, we loved the exercise of integrating a contemporary look within the historical bones of Capitol Hill home.
Two bathrooms were updated from top to bottom creating two distinct spaces – one that speaks to the classics (marble, subway tile) and the other that feels more industrial and funky (wallpaper, dark penny tile). The result is a home that feels as dynamic and interesting as the people who live there.
Photography: Go Kate Shoot (Images 10-17)
Mid-Century modern meets historic Capitol Hill for this decorative project. White paint both revives and celebrates the historic details. Vintage and contemporary furniture paired with modern art are unexpected elements against the background of classic architecture. A simple nursery layered with textures and monochromatic tones finish the calming space.